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To provide institutions of higher education with knowledge and planning strategies to better protect lives, property, and operations more effectively and efficiently within the context of comprehensive emergency management.
By the end of this training, participants should be able to:
The primary audience for this 3-day training is personnel from institutions of higher education who have responsibilities for creating, reviewing, implementing, and exercising EOPs. This includes personnel with the direct responsibility for emergency management as well as other campus personnel who may serve as members of the planning team.
The people who need to be trained are those who traditionally have experience in response strategies vs. planning strategies, and who have minimal experience in emergency management planning for institutions of higher education.
Secondary audiences include:
Highly interactive presentations and class exercises coupled with numerous individual and small-group practice activities will help ensure that participants develop a high level of mastery in the class, and will facilitate the transfer of the relevant skills and knowledge.
IS100HE - ICS for Higher Education http://training.fema.gov/IS/courseOverview.aspx?code=IS-100.He
The purpose of this unit is to set the context for the rest of the course within comprehensive emergency management and to ensure a foundation level of knowledge.
The purpose of this unit is to introduce the concept of the Emergency Operation Center (EOC) and to discuss the considerations for setting up the EOC.
The purpose of this unit is to review and apply Incident Command System (ICS) concepts so that you can incorporate ICS principles and procedures into your Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) for your campus. In later units, we will talk specifically about the process for developing your EOP.
If your institution is interested in hosting the L0363 class on your campus, contact Tina Hovermale (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
2016 L0363 Schedule
Registration is handled by the host institution. If you are interested in a specific offering, contact Tina Hovermale at email@example.com for contact information.